Civil War, Volume 1

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Marvel, Apr 11, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
607 Reviews
The landscape of the Marvel Universe is changing, and it's time to choose: Whose side are you on? A conflict has been brewing from more than a year, threatening to pit friend against friend, brother against brother - and all it will take is a single misstep to cost thousands their lives and ignite the fuse! As the war claims its first victims, no one is safe as teams, friendships and families begin to fall apart. The crossover that rewrites the rules, Civil War stars Spider-Man, the New Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men and the entirety of the Marvel pantheon! Collects Civil War #1-7, plus extras.

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Loved the artwork, loved the writing. - Goodreads
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One of the best story lines ever written. - Goodreads
Civil War has an incredibly interesting premise. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Jedhua - Goodreads

While I'd have to say this is probably the best Marvel crossover event I've read so far, it still suffers from the same issue all comic events do: it sacrifices strong character development in favor ... Read full review

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Civil War is by far one of the most incredibly idiotic things green lighted by Marvel. The story is simple, a bunch of amateur heroes fight a bunch of D-List criminals who suddenly for the sake of the ... Read full review


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Mark Miller is a cult media superstar whose work has been turned into major Hollywood movies while his writing regularly garners mainstream media attention. He is known for his comic book writing on titles such as his award-winning run on "The Authority", as well as "The Ultimates", "Marvel Knights Spider-Man", "Ultimate Fantastic Four" and "Civil War". His titles, "Wanted" and "Kick-Ass", have both been adapted into major feature films.

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